eglowworm
The glowworm is seen in the story. In the story, you can point to the glowworm at the side of the road. You can hear the Slovenian poet say, "Look, it's a glowworm. It brings happiness. Use it." However, it is not the figure in the story, or even the story itself. It is the fact of the story existing.
eglowworm
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realityayslum:

Julia Margaret Cameron
 Mary Fisher, 1864
See also Liquid Night (OvO)
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thecarefree-art:

procrastination = hijabi babe power
Also available on my Society6 !
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pearl-nautilus:

Jasper
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portermoto:

Postage stamp paintings by Molly Rausch
http://postagestamppaintings.tumblr.com
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publicdomainreview:

A butterfly’s tongue magnified to a factor of 50. One of a series of stunning photomicrographs from 1904 featured in the book Nature through Microscope and Camera. See highlights here: http://bit.ly/1p0AROk
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hisdarknostalgia:

Leroy de Barde, Minerals in Crystallization, early 1800s
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Police officers in riot gear confronted a man Monday night during a protest in Ferguson, Mo., over the shooting of a black teenager, Michael Brown, over the weekend.
Whitney Curtis for the New York Times
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"A further challenge is that during a dieta ones understandings become primarily felt. The greater the problems revealed, the more one must open to feel them. One must thaw the feeling body to feel pain to its core. Only by feeling pain to its depths does one acknowledge it, know it, transmute it, and release it, simultaneously freeing oneself. The more expansive the sense of the self, the more pervasive the feeling, the more one’s Spirit is enlivened, and the greater the healing."
from this illuminated article:  http://www.ayahuasca.com/spirit/primordial-and-traditional-culture/what-is-a-dieta/